LibriVox recording of Catherine Booth by Mildred Duff. Read in English by various volunteer readers.
Catherine Booth (1829 – 1890) was the wife of William Booth, the founder of the Salvation Army in England. She was a full-partner with her husband in the ministry and work of the movement which from the beginning welcomed women into full ministry and offices of the church. Her influence set the tone for much of the Army's ground-breaking work. Mildred Duff presents here a short but thorough account of Catherine's life and ministry. - Summary by Larry Wilson
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